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Eide Bailly LLP adds six to staff

Six new employees have joined Eide Bailly LLP, a regional consulting and certified public accounting firm. Steven Rage, Fargo, serves as support services manager for the firm's internal information technology services department. Rage's responsib...

Six new employees have joined Eide Bailly LLP, a regional consulting and certified public accounting firm.

Steven Rage, Fargo, serves as support services manager for the firm's internal information technology services department. Rage's responsibilities include assisting in building the firm's help desk.

He graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead and the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.

Katie Erickson, Fargo, serves as a help desk technician for the internal information technology services department. She graduated from Minnesota State Community and Technical College, Moorhead.

Kendra Hunter, Fargo, is an administrative assistant for Eide Bailly's administration department. Hunter is responsible for coordinating the firm's events, travel reservations and general project management. She graduated from UND.

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Adam Massie, Fargo, is a human resource analyst. He is responsible for data integrity within the firm's human resource information system through data mining, analysis and system maintenance.

He has master's degree from Minnesota State University Mankato.

Rochelle Schreiner, Fargo, is registrar for the corporate learning department. Schreiner's responsibilities include monitoring compliance with continuing professional education requirements for the firm. Schreiner also maintains its CPE records.

Mark Timmerman, Fargo, is a help desk technician in the internal information technology services department. Timmerman graduated from North Dakota State University.

Eide Bailly's services include tax, audit, accounting, employee benefits, human resources, financial services, technology consulting, forensic accounting, and business- and industry-specific consulting services.

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